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THE BAKERSF1ELD CALIFORN1AN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 193y COMMUNITY AtcFARLAND, .Inn. 81.— A. New Years birthday dinner Win held by the group ' of young; people at the Church of the Brethren Thursday ove- nlnir, when the twelve months of the year . Were represented with a table decorated In keeping with the spirit i of the-.morith. • A pflite 'was given for ' the. best •decorated table, and the May .table with 'Miss IJunlco Moomaw as chairman was Judged bent.' Chairmen for other months Included 'Mary Shlck, . Vernal Pcrrln, Freda Hyltbn, Ethel Moomnw, Mrs. A. R. •Icirober, Myrtle Moomaw, Prentice i^mllh, VPIIma Ixmg, Pern Williams, Vernal 'Perrln' and Anna Stelnberger. Present were Messrs, and Mesdnmes A. Alvn Long, Andrew Bllckenstaff, . A. R. Qrober, and Carl Plsor, Misses Vernal Perrln, Anna Shlck, Mary Shlck, Prances Qrober, Preda Hylton, Martha Frey, -Ethel, Vedn, Eunice and Myrtle Moomnw, Vivian Stewart, Ava- gale Troojjon, Kathryn Dafls, Mary ftjBrlnbln, Prances Jewell, Doris Baker, ^Pauline Smith, Wllma Long, Fern Williams, Thelnna Hylton nnd Messrs. Leon Roome, Ralph Qrober, Ralph Shlck, Prentice Smith, Lebatt Rvard, Roy Taylor, Wilbur Hylton, Charlie ,*tfran», Vernon McQueen, Iceland Hyl- ^fon, Clayton Steward, Kenneth Plt- '- 1 kln, l-awrenco Tetrault, Walter Davis, and Dr. M. M. Taggart. Jane Marshall Is Hostess for Group McFARLAND, Jan. 31.— Members of the Seglpu Camp Fire group were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Marshall Thursday evening when their daughter, Jane, acted as hostess. Leila Buckingham, president, presided at a short business session nt which plans for future activities were made. Later gamb were played and the girls enjoyed taking notes on the birds In the aviary nt the Marshall home. Many varieties of birds ore kept. Delightfully appointed refreshments were served by Jane assisted by Mrs. Marshall. Present were Jean Lobre, Mnrle Lessley, Peggy Hownrd, Gloria Btrtcklewlch, Betty Cnrter, Patsy Alexander, Eleanor Janes, Mildred Lee, Leila Buckingham, Geraldlne Inrrett, Hazel Bergen, the hostess and ^er mother. _ Course of Study . Is Being Revised SHAFTER, Jan. 31.—The course of study IB being revised In the seventh and eighth grades of the local schools. Jack K. Singer, of Maple school, Is on Ihe committee on reading mid physical education, nnd T. R. Nickel, also of the Mnple school, IB chairman of so- clnl science. The Wednesday Afternoon Club will' meet nt the clubhouse at 2 o'clock. Plants nnd seeds will be exchanged nnd each member has been requested to tell about her native state flowtr. GIRL ATHLETES McPARLAND, Jan. 31.— Tho. German dinner sponsored recently by the Girls' Athletic Association of the local high school under the direction of Miss Ann Harder at the school wns a success. A-/ 1 program of songs, read- Ings and Instrumental numbers was given by members from the Shaftor school, also tho locnl school, during the dinner. Committees In charge wore: Gladys Peterson, chairman; arrangements: Virginia Wlrt, Evelyn janes and Jean Richardson; cooks; Vernal Perrln, Klla Mae Hart, Margie Calkins, Doris Gnr- zoll, Katherlno Rlster; advertising: Anna Stelnberger nnd Frnnces Albright; waitresses:. Betty Richardson, Mary Shlck, Frances Grober, Ruby Chavers, nnd Kathryn Dav(s. . Others who assisted were: Lura Lackey, Hazel Klrkpatrlckj Frances Albright, Blanch Hubbard, Kathleen Alexander and Thelma Moore. Miss Marie C. Lourenzo, of the faculty, was In charge of making nnd selling the tlcketr. The funds realized will be used for buying equipment to be used by tho association. WALDE9 ENTERTAIN McFARLAND, Jan. 31.— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolde entertained over the week-end for their friends, Andrew Pnyson of Hollywood and "Buddy" Eppson of Clinton, Iowa. The latter came here to participate In the mOtorcyele races which were scheduled to be held In Bakersfleld on Sunday. The guests returned south Monday and will return here the Inst of the week to visit, at the' Walde home and to be present for the races next. Sunday. __ OFFICERS NEW LOCATION Mitchell's Market YOUR CUT-RATE GROCER Corner Eighteenth and Baker Streets Phone 1111 We wish to thank the public for their patronage at our former location, the Kentucky Market. At our new location we will welcome you with greater values than ever before. Specials for All This Week Butter Armour's Cloverbloom. , b 20c Peaches Fresh Pack, No. 2'/ 2 can lOc Tomatoes With Puree, 2'/ 2 Toilet Tissue 4 rolls 19C Tip Top... Bread White or Brown Golden S) -| r _ Crust £ loaves J.OC Flour Tiger Lily 24 J / 2 Ibs 49c 49 Ibs. ..... 89c Sugar Corn Real Good rt -j r 2s & cansJLtlC Pink Salmon Quail Brand ls ' Ta "...2 t .a9c Coffee Hills Red QQ/t Can lb. OO C Assorted Berries Black and White, 2s. .can 15c Fruits and Vegetables • Sugar Grapefruit... Carrots, Turnips, Mustard Greens Apples, Pippins.., 8 bunches t)C/ 23c Shatter No. 2 Potatoes, large sack. Very good. Q/\ Sack OUC Sweet Potatoes, f -| /» Spanish OnlonsO Ibs. JLUC Bananas,' Choice... 6 lbs .25c MEATS Pork Shoulder Roast. lb. 7C , b 12c Sirloin, Rib Steaks... Pork Liver.... Chuck Pot Ibs. Roast lb. lC bs22c Pork Steak, lean and tender. . . ' Leg of Pork, • 'half or whole Pork Chops ........ Hamburger, lean and ground ...... . cJ Ibs. ,b!0c ib*.25c cJ 4,bs.24C Spareribs ---- • Fresh Pigs , Feet ibs. large feet oc Neck Bones. LA Ibs. Wieners, Coneys, Minced Ham and 9 9/1 /» Bologna U Ibs. 4'xl« Pure Pork S\ -t Q Sausage £ Ibs. J-t/C Legs of -| Q Lamb lb. JLOC Shoulder Lamb lb. Lamb Stew Lamb Chops Salt Pork, Eastern lb. Lural Sugar-Cured Hams, half or •• •) whole lb. 11C, Longhorn Cheese, 9 OQ,, Eastern U Ibs. UU\, Choice Capon Roasters, 5-lb. average lb. lb. p . DC lb. BY ARE NAMED EN« LEAGUE DRLANO, Jan. 31.—Albert Hlett wns re-elected for the 'second year ns president of the high school and junior college group of the Kpworth Leaguers. Members of the league at their Sunday night mooting confirmed the report of tho nominating committee which met earlier In the week. Young people who will serve with President Hlett are: Miss Mabel Smith, first vice-president; William Hlett, second vice-president; Miss Amy Post, third vice-president; Harold Shultz, fourth vice-president; Miss Nancy Smith, secretary; Harry Hlett, treasurer; Miss darkle Sharp, chorister; Herman Kanthack, publicity director, and Miss Ruby Shlfflet, president of the dramatics club. Installation of new officers will be Sunday night, February 5, nt tho evening church service when a candle- lighting installation program will bo given. The snow party scheduled for next Saturday nt Sequoia National Park has been postponed until tho weather settles. *-»-* Mrs. Mitchell Is Honored at Party ARVIN. Jnn. 31.—A layette shower wns given for Mrs. Merrltt Mitchell, Saturday afternoon, by Mesdumos Keith Mitchell, Harry Chcevcr and Raymond Mitchell at the Keith Mitchell home. All appointments were appropriately carried out In a color scheme of pink and blue. Dainty refreshments were served. The honoree was the recipient of many beautiful gifts. Those attending besides the hostess nnd the guest of honor were Mesdumes Lawrence Packard, R. T. Stockton, E. O. Mitchell, J. W. Dodds, William Spurlock, I. M. Upton, Morris Wlldnmn, G. L. Martin,-O. C. Yaussy and Clarence Yaussy. o « » Missionaries Speak at Maricopa Meet MAKICOPA, Jan. 31.—Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Warner of Claremont, California, were guests of honor at a luncheon Friday al the Congregational Church. Mr. nnd Mrs. Warner have recently returned from India and China, where they traveled extensively and Visited many foreign missions of American churches. Mr?. Warner gave an Interesting- account of their travels And tho conditions confronting American missionaries in foreign fields. Those who attended the luncheon were: Mesdames Harold Krnutpr and Lydla Yaussy, Arvin; K. S. Holding, Pnnnmn; H. K. Chapman, Taft: Rena McKay, J. W. Byers, C. L. Gilbert, Lee M. Sear.s, N. G. Hader, M. H. Lytle, R. X. Hogan, B. Rosenthnl, C. F. Canfleld, R. J. Patterson, L. 13. i Stebblns. 13. Schlmppf, Florence j Hlxon. J. B. Rush, all of Maricopa, and the guests of honor. « i » — SENIOR DITCH DAY : MO.TAVI3, .Inn. 31.—Senior Ditch I day, Saturday. January 28. wns the I gala day for the class of 1933 of the I Antelope Valley Joint Union High School at Lancaster, when they motored to the Los Angeles playgrounds I for winter sports. A cabin was rented ns headquarters for the entire party and during the day tnmale pic nnd cocoa were served the hungry seniors. Seven seniors went from Mojnve find I. F. Harbison chaperoned those in tho Genrich car und Miss Gladys Hodges those In the Cleveland car. Seniors from Mojnve were: Misses Llnnca Genrich, Hazel McRoberts, Yole Rlccomlnl and Georgo Cleveland, Martin MfBride, Robert Phillips nnd Charlie Ross. TODAY'S NEWS FROM RIO BRAVO RtO BRAVO, .Tan. 31.—John I* Knlfflit und H. K. IDlcksou of Bakersfield were recent business callers at the James K. Hiiug home. • Mrs. Agnes Dempsoy and daughter, Helen, of Van Nuys spent Saturday nt the J). O. Moore homo. Ray Hn.au of Martinez visited relatives nnd friends during the pant week. He was accompanied borne by his father, K.' \V. Hang, who linn spent the past month at tho Walter Hang home. Recent callers at tlto homo of Mrs. Hannah Calder wore Mrs. A. W. Kln- cald nnd sons, Mrs. Cliff Anderson, and Mrs. Kenneth Caldor of Bakersfield. t- SHAFTER SHAFTER, Jan. 31.—Mnrtln Anderson of Callfornin Hot Springs drove down Frldny U> attend to business In- t.erosts. He said that the schools there had been forced to close because of heavy snow. Miss Martha Gloer-kler and several others are planning In drive- to Lou Angeles next week-end to attend Hie concert by Frit'/. Krelslcr, who will appear at the Philharmonic auditorium Tuesday and Saturday evenings. A joint meeting of (he Baptist Young People's Society.and the Congregational Christian Endeavor Society wan held at the Baptist church lust evening. Tho leader wns Kltoli Kutton- horn. Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. B. Henderson man- a business trip to Fresno last Saturday. Members of the American Legion nnd the American Legion Auxiliary, with their guests, enloyert a social time at tho Legion hall Saturday evening. Music for dancing was furnished l.y the McKlnley orchestra. Refreshments were served by the auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smidt of W;ix<-" were out of town guests. Invitations have been received iiy Eastern Stars in this community to i> luncheon and entertainment to b given In honor of out of town im-in hers by the Waxen chapter in tin Wasoo Masonic temple, February 4. *-»-• ,;> . I Mrs. Fannlo Sophy and children, Junior and June, accompanied by John Noble of Taft culled on the T. M. Martin family Sunday. Junior will remain at. tho Martin homo and attend tho lotvil RTiimiimr school. Mrs. Udlth Martin In 111 at tho Martin hoinn, Ml»» Ulrdlo Siiydiijn of ITalUTsflfUl spent tho week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. T!. Snydam and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. .lot- A. llyllon and (laughter ICl.Mlo of Kollmvn called nt tho W. B. Wilson homo Thursday evening. | .Ralph /Sellers of llakersflclil was n week-end guest of Donald Huydam. JIIsM Jrono Wilson upont tho \vook- pnd with Miss Txjrone Combs at Shnfter. I'jlincr Adams Is spending a few weeks In Ixis Angeles. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. W. Winter, old-time resident of Hlo Bravo, left Saturday for Rlnsold, Oklahoma, where they will make their home. They were accompanied by tholr daughter and son- In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Orvlllo Westbrook, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Rico and family have occupied the ranch vacated by the S. \V. Winter funnily. Andrew Chontn of Porterville Is visiting with the 11. L. ftnlston family. Mrs. Tom Devlin and hnr baby flausflittT,' Morunno Joyuo. returned homo from Allen Maternity Homo Siini'l.vy. ENJOY SEWING MEET AHVIN. Jan. ,11.—Tho farm home sewing school wns hold at the homo of Mrs. M. <'. Sawyer on Thursday- and Krlday. Miss Lillian Brinkmnn, Imiiio demonstration agent, conducted the school. She demonstrated tho proper method of cutting, fitting and finishing, nnd tnught how to model patterns to Ru.lt the Individual. Advanced spring styles were copied and nt tho end of the two days five well-made drosses iicared completion. Those who sewed were "Mcsdnmos O. W. Hulllff. (!win Stuart, R. T. Stockton, M. C. Hnyer, W. P. Nance. (Knurs attending besides Miss Brinkman were Mesdnmes J. L, Krautor, W, T. Mnhln, flohert Stout, H. G. Clnrdy nnd Harry Widmor. Mrs. Nora Dyar Is Honoree at Party DKUANO, .Inn. :)!.— Mcndnities Wllllnm Scott, Norn Scott and Joseph •Stewart wore Joint IIOMICMHON lit n dinner party on Sunday afternoon honoring tholr Dialer anil daughter, Mr.H. Nora Dynr, on hnr blrlhtlny anniversary. The dinner wns Riven at the country home of Mrs. Wllllnm Scott ami Included a chicken menu. A birthday cuke centered the table und places were marked for tno honor guest, Mrs. Dynr, hor soim Cecil,' Norvnl, ntid Harold, Mrs. Mary Ncal, Cleorgo R. .Scott and hl« MOIIH Merlo and Ralph, Mrs. Nora Scott, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Stownrt nnd son Bobble, nnd Mr. and Mm. William Scott und daughters Frederic-kit and Viola. MISS BRAND HONORED AHVIN, Jan. HI.—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ynnssy entertained with a dinner party recently In honor of Miss Marie Brand, who in to Innvo soon for Cameron, Missouri. Those en- Joying Mr. and Mrs. Yaussy's hot.pl> tailty. besides, the, finest of honor, worn Mr. nnd Mrs. 13. II. Brand, Hor- ninn Hexrnth und M!HM Dorothy 1'orl- Illiin, MISSIONARY TO SPEAK PICLANO, ,lnn. .11.— M IMS Martini Shlc.k, of McFarland, who spoilt 1" .Vijirs In China :i.s n mls.slonnry for thr> United SlatoH Hrcthrrn church, will )H> the tuiPMt speaker at the regular mci'tlng of th« Linn Mill Missionary i Mill). Tho meeting Is belnt; In Id tniiltihi at tlie country home of Mr. and Mrs. Orortri- Hlplt, went of town, It r»prn.s \vlth a covered tilsli supper at. 7 o'clock and the proRrnm hour and biislncsii session will follow. Mi.s. Hubert Illott, Jr., Is pre.si'lent of ll.» club. Al SHAPTER. Jnn. 31.—A banquet W»s served In the cafeteria of tho Richland school Sunday afternoon to the vlsltlnp members of the Watchman's Club of Rvedley. Sixty-two places wore laid, 27 of them being for out of town guests. Tho Kf-rvlng committee, were Mes- (Irunps Arnold Merger, Walter Wnr- kentiiie, Rueben Becker. Otto Becker, K.d T'otprs nnd K. B. ICnns. This Is an organization of young men of the Mennnnlte church. After the Imnqunl Informal talks were given nnd the Shnfter men's chorus sung, accompnnicil by Miss Venona Stone. A program was given In the evening at the Afennonlto church by the mombo.i-s of the Reedley Club, of rend- inirs, speeches and singing directed by KnioKt Knn.s. Thi> prlncpal speaker of thn evening wns Henry Wlens of Fresno Stato College. HOME FROM HOSPITAL DF.LANO. Jnn. .11.—Mrs. Clyde R. Burton of the California Fruit Products ranch returned to her home on the ranch on Sunday after a 10-day Mojourn In Delano llrwpltnl, where her I sun, (lien Kdwnrd, was born. GRANITE ORANITB STATION. Jan. SI.—Mr.' and Mrs. Reuben Maltby and son Unr- pest were business visitors in Bakersfield Monday. They spent the night with Mr. nnrl Mrs. Will Maltby tuiri daughter, Violet. ' Reuben Maltby brought a truckload of hay to the Will Williams ranch on Tuesday. After leaving the Woody highway be had to go through mud and soft snow nnd was near bin des- tlnntlon when he turned out of the road into the bank to avoid n colll- "'"" w »h a pass UK >n °t°> l|! » • ^wo | assisted In shoveling away the mvid | and by partially unloading tho truck I ho managed to pull out and deliver ! the hay. i Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Williams were Bakersfleld visitors Tuesday. J. B. t Williams had the cast removed from i his leg and is now able to set about I by using crutches. Mr. und ilrs. .!. F. Williams and daughter, Miss Georgiann Williams, went to Bakersflold Thursday evening to attend the high school play, "Racketty-Packetty House," In which Miss Leah Williams plays the part of the leading lady. TO SPEAK AT DINNER TAFT, Jan. 31.— A. K. Ross of th. .i HONORED ON BIRTHDAY TAFT, Jan. 31.— Mrs. N. Freed entertained n number of little folks at tho family home on the Southern California Gas Company, Saturday afternoon In honor of her daughter Betty Marie, on her eighth birthday. Thu youngsters spent a short time In play- Ing games after which refreshments were served. Tho honoree received many lovely gifts. After refreshments Mre. Freed assisted by Mrs. Bess M. Cox and Mrs. George Miller, took the children to the matinee. Those enjoying the afternoon were Barbara Duhlg, Charlotte Cnlnes, Barbara shugart,- Corinne Sleek, Hazel Thomas, Donna Norrls, Beverly Rouse, Mable Lee Lewis, Martha und Georgo Miller nnd Betty Marie Freed. high school faculty will be the dinner; speaker at the mid-week meeting of 1 the Methodist Church Wednesday night at 6:15 o'clock on the tojVc. "Recent Developments In Aeron:x\,- ; tics." Stanley Mulford will be thy' soloist. Mrs. J. X. Ripple will be In i charge of the dinner. The regular, courses will be '-an- i ducted, with Mr. nnd Mrs. Iviir Mur- j raj' In charge of nature study nnd Rec. W. B. Cole In charge of the his- | tory of religion. i TO INSTALL OFFICERS TAFT, Jan. .11.— Installation of officers for the coming year wns held lit the Insl meeting of the Worthwhile Thimble. Club In Legion hall. Mrs. Katler Davis was installing officer and the following members were seated: Mrs. Minnie Edison, president; .Mrs. Bethel Jeffrey, vice-president; Mrs. Jlyrtle Coltrln, treasurer; Mrs. Rita Price, secretary; Mrs. Nancy Cameron, correspondent, nnd Mesdames Bertha Olsen, Myrtlo Bennett nnd Merle Alnsworth, board of finance. Plans were madn for a public card party Tuesday afternoon, February 17, In the Legion hall. Bridge nrul five hundred will be played with prizes for high scores. Mr*, uilu Price nnd Villa Rodovciir will be hostonses. Quality Electrical Installations Advance Electric Co. DICK PEW, Proprietor 909 Eighteenth Street Phone 510-J VISTA DISTRICT CHAPTERS i TAFT, Jan. HI.-Grand High 1'rlest Carl' Hnriwrd of Santa Rosa, accompanied by Claudius MarcUly, deputy grand high priest, and Daniel H. Richard, grand lecturer of the grand chnp- ter, Itoynl Arch Masons, paid an official visit to chapters of the San Jon- qnln valley dtsfrlct last Friday night nt ICxeter. One hundred were in attendance at a 7 o'clock dinner. Every chapter in tho district participated in tho reception. Present from Tafl were B. 10. Lundet-u, high priest; Chester Scott, king, nnd Harry W. Beatty. An interesting program followed tho dinner. GIVEN FAREWELL PARTY TAFT, Jan. 3}.— A farewell imrty wns given nt the home of Ml.ss Audrey Dennis recently In honor of Miss Helen Harper, who Is -planning to make her home with her father at Modesto. The afternoon wns spent In playing bridge. First prize was won by Miss Jean del Bonldo and second by Miss Betty Lippert. Those present were the Misses Dorothy Donahue, Dora Taylor, Hlta O'Brien, Doris Devlin, Betty Llppert, ISloulso W/ml, Alice Hnstman, Cleo Harper, Floroncn Hanilln, Mary Dennis, Helen Harper, Pntricln UlU>y, Ardath Bluckburn unil Audrey Dennis. See Us for Intelligent Electrical Service Sam Fingerhut 1518 Nineteenth Street Phone 777 OR. VAN METER CAREFUL DENTIST New !•« irlcti on plitts >nd brldge*»rk Midi In our own liborttory 1421 Nineteenth Street Acrou From Willl't PHono 170 Good merchandising is t giving the people WHAT THEY WANT People want plenty of LI G HT and they will flock to the store that is bright and cheerful VTOOD lighting sells goods. It keeps clerks cheerful and lids customers in making selections. It guides people more mickly to departments they are looking for, makes windows ind show cases a. real help in shopping. It always has been storekeeping maxim that goods well displayed are half sold. LIGHTING is not enough . . . what counts is SEEING U NLESS store lighting is good enough so that everybody can see easily, it should be improved. Experience shows that most stores are not lighted well enough for quick seeing. People buy through the eye. Proper lighting makes ordinary merchandise more attractive and allows unusual merchandise to be appraised at its real worth. In the Old Days There was a place for the sign: "No trouble to show goods. If you don't see what you want—ask for it." But that was when only the "carriage trade" rated the courtesy of a complete showing of wares the merchant had for sale. M any customers .•***. .**.-**. i (The average cost of electricity in liunn-r, BMveci by the San Jouqufn Power System *in< '• t ' I .' hat decreased 60.6 per cent. "Cost of living" from I). Hurt-ju of l.dbur t,tatiatl<'6. ) Have defective eyesight. Some of them don't even know it. Such people shop slowly in a dark store; they think they can't make up their minds—but the real trouble is they can't see as well as they should. When they do buy, it is likely they will be disappointed, and often will return goods for credit. Many merchants Who have asked to have their store lighting and window lighting checked up have been surprised to find how much below the desirable and profitable standard their lighting was. It pays to know the truth. A rt*etiif*ut- l'' or a survey and sue- request KCStions ^ iu not O y._ gate you. The services of our lighting specialist may be had for the asking without charge. Any District Office will place him in touch with you. JOAQUIN Light and Power Corporation

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